We are living and working in unprecedented times. Companies must find new ways to keep business and system in operations through the current pandemic and continuously improve to better respond to business interruptions in future.
This upcoming virtual forum will discuss how manufacturing operations can benefit from embracing technologies in three key areas:
In this pandemic situation, companies are thinking of ways to increase output, maximise the utilisation of their assets and resources. Factory support functions require tools to improve and optimise their operations, which decreases expenses and maximises output. One key area of downtime comes from electrical and mechanical failure. With built-in predictive maintenance functionality that enables intelligent motor control solution, it will proactively reduce unplanned downtime and lead to overall increase in utilisation.
The pandemic is restricting the movement of employees and causing manufacturers to think of operating in different ways. When workforce is separated from factories, they require tools and services to protect the factories from risks of equipment failure and cyber-security threats. Augmented Reality-enabled remote assistance enables personnel on-site to make real-time diagnostics efficiently by connecting them with real-time expertise without having to send someone physically on-site. Managed remote services also ensure the reliability of the network infrastructure to minimise unplanned downtime and maximise overall utilisation.
Workforce development was already facing challenges before the pandemic. Now there’s even greater obstacles to overcome – manpower shortage with the right skillsets and an agile workforce to operate and maintain production equipment. This session will discuss about services that will help you assess your manufacturing workforce requirement, easily capture and transfer expertise, and provide remote training. This allows the efficient operation and utilisation of your assets.
At the end of the forum, there will be a Q&A segment for you to ask the presenters any questions regarding the above three key areas.
This is a forum not to be missed ! Register today and stand a chance to receive a complimentary copy of IDC FutureScape : Worldwide Manufacturing 2020 Predictions Report.
Register here to join Rockwell’s Virtual Forum on 26 May 2020, 2-4pm!
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